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Everytime I start my computer, when it gets to the login part of GUI, my touchpad works except I cannot turn it off using FnF3 (I'm using a Dell inspiron n4120).

Soon after I log in, the touchpad fails to recognize any input.

I have checked and my OS (Fedora 15) does recognize the touchpad using the command:

xinput --list
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@jasonwryan Thank you for the revision. Any idea why it won't work? –  Lucaz Apr 11 '13 at 11:31
    
No, I've never used Fedora. You could always read the Arch Wiki synaptics entry to see if there is anything that you have overlooked... –  jasonwryan Apr 11 '13 at 18:18
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